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Bullying. How to prevent it?

On October 10, 2014, a 16-year old boy from Voorburg in the Netherlands stabbed his 15-year old classmate in the neck. It turned out that the 16-year old boy had been bullied for years and decided to take matters in his own hand. The accident took place at school. The same school who knew the boy was being taunted. One out of ten boys in Europe reports being bullied at school. Bullying is still a big problem in Europe. What can we do about it?

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Healthy Habits for Kids

Healthy Habits for Kids

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Who invests more in education?

Infographic: Countries that Invest the Most in Education

See the countries that care about the future of the young generation by investing more in education.

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The students of Lichk are saying thank you

Fairy Tale in the Primary School of Lichk, Armenia

‘You are only a young man with big dreams’, said the mayor of Lichk to Lev Mkrtchyan six months ago. Lev reached out to OneEurope last summer seeking for help. And we helped in the way we could: we made sure his story is heard all across Europe.

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The entire school is literally falling apart, and is extremely hazardous to the children.

Children Fighting for Their Schools

Armenia’s Rural Areas are Left With No Support

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Education - a continuous challenge.

Education - a continuous challenge.

The world is changing, maybe faster than ever before. But can our educational system keep up? This cartoon, as funny as it is, has a point - We still haven't …

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Infographic - "Education by the Numbers"

Leading, not just teaching!

Employing some of the most promising future leaders as teachers will give students equal education opportunities and will inspire them.

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